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  1. Arlekino
    18th January 2013 15:37
    I do agree with your criticism. The are some problems with non English speakers but is not mean we are so dump. Can you give little better credit to the non English speakers.
  2. Madamme Ovaries
    3rd January 2012 12:53
    Madamme Ovaries
    Dude, I always knew you were obsessed with me, but now you really have crossed over to a creepy weird stalker with your signature.
  3. Mari3L
    30th December 2011 19:06
    I'm doing well. Listening to music and writing.
  4. Mari3L
    30th December 2011 18:57
    Sup you vile intellectual hack? How's life?
  5. The Dark Side of the Moon
    10th December 2011 00:32
    The Dark Side of the Moon
    that's a ligit excuse. thanks anyways
  6. The Dark Side of the Moon
    10th December 2011 00:25
    The Dark Side of the Moon
    do you have an aim account?
  7. freepalestine
    24th August 2011 13:30
    funny how you didnt respond to what i said on that thread.
  8. ComradeMan
    12th August 2011 11:24
    What's your opinion of recent events in the UK? I'm finding the leftist response rather poor and counter-productive, sadly.
  9. A Marxist Historian
    1st August 2011 21:58
    A Marxist Historian
    Not 10th century Middle East, but 8th century Iraq, at the very height of Islamic prowess and wealth, the Abbasid caliphate, at that point the richest and most prosperous state in the entire world.

    Though the overall economy/society was different, you really did have a large scale experiment in large plantations with agricultural slave labor producing for the market. The only one in the history of the Islamic world, which otherwise *never* practiced agricultural slavery. Perry Anderson discusses it Lineages of the Absolute State, p. 501.

    This was not capitalism, but then neither was the slave system in the South truly capitalist either, but rather a subordinate corner of a non capitalist mode of production subordinated to an otherwise capitalist economy and society.

    Similarly with the Iraqui slave plantations, also a subordinate part of an overall society with a different mode of production. So they automatically generated racism, just as slavery in the South did.

  10. ComradeMan
    1st August 2011 12:05
    Any links you could post in the thread? Very interesting information you have provided. I have posted my sources too. It makes fascinating reading and does leave one to wonder wtf was going on during the period with all of the intelligence, counter-intelligence and disinformation.

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